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Alnwick & Northumberland On Film

On Sunday 5th January we were delighted to be part of the Alnwick Playhouse grand reopening weekend, presenting our show of ALNWICK & NORTHUMBERLAND ON FILM to a sold out crowd!  As we expected, the venue is beautiful, and it was brilliant to see the newly-opened building so busy!

CALENDAR NEWS: WORST SHOPPERS IN THE WORLD COMPETITION

Film ID:
NEFA 22007
1975

This is a humorous Calendar News item set to uncover the worst shopper in the world.  The competition pits a determined man against the chairwoman of the Leeds branch of the National Housewives Association in a contest held at Leeds Market.  The item was originally broadcast on 23rd January, 1975

NEFA_22007 Worst Shoppers Competition

Bradford on Film - DVD on sale now!

If you missed out on the Bradford on Film screening at Bradford Cathedral, we’re delighted to announce the Bradford on Film DVD is on sale now! The DVD, presented by Bradfordian, Christa Ackroyd, tells the story of the people, places, industries, traditions, celebrations, major events and everyday working lives across the decades, all captured on film and revealed once again for everyone to see and enjoy.

Hull on Film DVD

Are you searching for the ideal Christmas present for a Hullensian?  Well, look no further than our Hull on Film DVD, packed full of fascinating footage of Hull dating from the early 1900s up to 1980!  The DVD is priced at £10 (plus £2 postage and packing), and all proceeds from sales go straight back into the preservation of the films – so every purchase helps to safeguard mor

Newcastle on Film - now available on DVD!

There’s nowhere on earth quite like Newcastle - and now, thanks to overwhelming demand, you can enjoy the moving story of the city as captured on film over the past 100 years, with our astonishing new DVD revealing ‘Newcastle on Film’.

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Archive Picks

THE JANUARY FLOODS IN YORK

Made by a local York filmmaker, this film shows some of the winter flooding in York caused by the high level of the River Ouse.

The film begins by showing the level of water on some of the buildings standing next to the River Ouse, including a cafe and shop. Next the Kings Arms pub is...

Film ID: 2587 Year: 1982

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